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Oravanpesä | Japani 2011, Beppu.

Oravanpesä | Japani 2011, Beppu.

Japan - Arashiyama, Kyoto.  Facts about Japan:  Area: 377,801 sq km.  A 3,000 km arc of four large islands (Honshu, Hokkaido, Shikoku, Kyushu) and 3,000 small islands in NW Pacific. Mountainous; only 13% can be cultivated.  Population: 126,995,411. Capital: Tokyo.  Official language: Japanese.  Languages: 16.

Arashiyama is a bamboo forest located Kyoto, Japan. Tourist come to see the bamboo forest, Oi river, and the mountain ranges.

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ナツヅタとプミラの館

Vintage Gardening, Fantasy House, Succulents Garden, Outdoor Gardens, Garden Paths, Container Garden, Green Garden, Garden Ideas, I Love You

Tori Gate Japan

Floating Tori Gate by Kim Cannon

SAKURA Cherry Blossoms in JAPAN 権現堂公園 桜 saitama

SAKURA Cherry Blossoms in JAPAN 権現堂公園 桜 saitama

Bamboo screen at Kamigamo shrine, Kyoto, Japan ---------- #japan #japanese

Bamboo screen at Kamigamo shrine, Kyoto, Japan ----------

Ring, Manjushri (Wenzhu) Monastery, Chengdu, Sichuan.

I had the pleasure of visiting Chengdu during my time in China. I am just in love with the gardens and architecture of Asia.

Green Wheat Hokkaido, Japan

Soul Mission Green Wheat, Hokkaido, Japan by Kent Shiraishi

Furusato Onsen- "Not too far from the stands of those daikon radishes in the previous photo, and at the foot of the Sakurajima volcano are the beautifull Furusato onsen or hot springs - and although they're not that hot, the views of the bay and of kagoshima city in the distance are unbeatable. The best time to visit is at sunset. The cotton kimono or yukata is mandatory as these springs are also a shrine and coed." by Nachosan, via Flickr

Furusato Onsen- "Not too far from the stands of those daikon radishes in the previous photo, and at the foot of the Sakurajima volcano are the beautifull Furusato onsen or hot springs - and although they're not that hot, the views of the bay and of kagoshima city in the distance are unbeatable. The best time to visit is at sunset. The cotton kimono or yukata is mandatory as these springs are also a shrine and coed." by Nachosan, via Flickr

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